Images or graphs print incompletly (missed parts found)
I have a canon gp405 multifunction machine , usually using it as a printer for printing word documents , but if the doc. contains images or photos or graphs . they printed with missed parts (some parts of them do not printed) they have missed parts. i have tried every attempt in the trouble shouter of the driver bue the problem still exist . can you help me please....thanke you
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I have encountered this problem on other printers. Try to clean the ribbon sensor found just above the head. It is a plastic digitizer strip used to align the head movement. Usually it has some grease on it just clean it with some cloth very gently.
cannot detect alignment page- two possibilities-
1: hen the printer prints the alignment you can physically see the lines and colour shades being printed onto the sheet- this should then be scanned with the electronic eye built onto the carriage assembly- usually one automatic operation- if you can see a good clear image printed ( blocks/lines.boxes) and the printer cannot see the image it stands to reason the electronic eve ( spectrophotometer) is not reading the image correctly or at all, if however there are 'missing' areas of the calibration print then the problem lies with the printing side and I would recommend cleaning/ replacing the printheads as required
Common problem with this (and other) canon printers. I usually just
lift the cover and lift the highlighted tank out and put it back in,
sometimes I have to do that 2 or 3 times before it will let me print.
If lifting that tank doesn't do it, try lifting all the tanks and
putting them back. Eventually you will get a message that the tank you
are refilling is empty (even if it's full). When that happens, press
and hold the "stop/reset" button for 5 seconds (this is from Canon)
then you will get a message that Canon will not be responsible for
damage to the printer because you are using different ink than theirs (just ignore it). You can also try cleaning the contact points on both ink cartridge and on printer w/ cotton swab lightly dipped in alcohol.
It depends on the page you are trying to print. Some pages do not like printing everything on the page. What I have done is printed to PDF (with images) and then printed the PDF. You can find free PDF printers here: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=pdf+printer&aq=f&oq=&aqi=g%3Ap1g9
The lamp intensity does not
exceed a specific value
within a specific time after
scanning operation starts
(following lamp activation).
• The lamp remains off for 10
sec when it should remain on.
The output of the intensity
sensor drops below a specific
value while the lamp is on.
The BD signal is not
generated during image
formation (2nd sheet pickup
• The BD signal cycle has
• The BD signal is not
generated within 2 sec after
the laser has turned on (at
time of 1st sheet pick-up).
To have all three come up at differant times and intermittantly
I suspect the front door interlock switch is not being made properly or needs replacing
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